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Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 4:00am EST
. tech giants calling on president obama. what are these companies looking for? >> they're looking for the us government to curtail its electronic surveillance program. eight of the biggest tech companies have signed an open letter to president obama and congress that will go in the papers today. they're done things like this before. the fed open letters and what is different now is there more angry than they have been in the past. they're also more specific in terms of what they would like the government to do. one thing they would like to see is some kind of limit on the authority of the government to also collect data. ceo of google, larry page, says we're doing our utmost to up our game in terms of asryption at google and even we do that we apparently learn that the government is wholesale taking this data off our servers, undermining our ability to provide our users with more secrecy. what is talking about is the nsa program called muscular at the world learned about at the end of october. as we learned that as of january of this year basically the nsa was taking data from bot
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 3:00am EST
. what will he be remember as as a person? >> it is such a difficult thing. as president obama referred to a man rarely seen. a man that was not only humble but very powerful. someone we probably won't ever see again in our lifetime. he was such a rare character. he came from the royal family. he had the presence of royalty yet he was so humble. it is something that people always talk about. they had ability to disarm his enemiesly kindness and eventually his enemies would want to be his friend and would fall in love with him. that is some of the rhetoric we know as south africans. he is known as the father of the nation. the person that came to symbolize someone who could take a difficult dispute and resolve nefment will south africa change after his death? >> this has been debated for quite sometime. a lot of people were in denial. he was 95 years old and sick for a very long time. it was something that was in the back of our minds. he seemed invincible. he fought until the very end. whether south africa is going to change, i think it is going to give a lot of people hope and look bac
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